Lab Alumni

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Marie Reichert

Marie was a Research Assistant in lab from 2014-2016. She earned her BS in Microbiology and Biology from the University of Idaho in 2006 and an MS in Biomedical Science from UC-San Diego in 2009.
In 2016, she joined the NIH Intramural Research Training Program at the National Human Genome Research Institute in Bethesda, MD.
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Logan Terry

Logan was a PhD student in the CEMB program from 2014-2016. He earned his BS in Biology in 2012 from the University of Missouri - Kansas City (UMKC). Logan studied the role of Netrin-Frazzled signaling in midline axon guidance in the Tribolium embryonic CNS.
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Nicholas Jones

Nick joined the lab as an undergraduate Biology student and ARK-LSAMP scholar in 2014.  His research project examined the evolutionary conservation of Robo receptor activities across animal taxa.

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Gina Hauptman

Gina joined the lab as an undergraduate Biology student in 2015. Her project addressed the transcriptional regulation of the robo2 axon guidance receptor in the Drosophila embryonic CNS.
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Alex Stringer

Alex joined the lab as an undergraduate Biology student in 2015. Her project focused on the transcriptional regulation of axon guidance receptors in the Drosophila embryonic CNS.
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Trent Daiber

Trent joined the lab as an undergraduate Biology student in 2015. His project focused on the evolutionary conservation of axon guidance receptor activities in flies, mice, and nematode worms.
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Abigail Carranza

Abigail joined the lab in 2015 as an undergraduate Biology student. Her project addressed the roles of ligand-receptor interactions in Robo3-dependent axon guidance decisions in Drosophila.
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